Thanks for your reply. Ill do my best to explain what I was talking about but it seems as I am already 0 for 2!
I am not sure what your point is here. I dont think Blynk settles for the norm in anything it is capable of. The pinch is very slow to respond, at least on my iPhone 6S version 10.2.1.
Understood. That works fine as long as there are pins on the map.
Explained above. Pinch is slow (at least on my phone) and clunky. The areas of the map are related to my application in my opinion.
I dont really understand this comment either. What do you call the size of the map when you load it to your project? Starting size? Maybe defualt size?
In my expericence, sometimes the map zooms in when a pin is dropped and sometimes it does not. Where I live is not heavily populated and there are not a lot of roads. So, if it zooms in and I clear the pins I am left with a screen that looks like this. Please keep in mind this alarm wil be used to track the theft of a vehicle. (So, no telling where the vehicle may be located the next time the alarm is triggered) Now, the next time the ALARM is triggered and a pin is dropped, if the map does not zoom to the pin location the user is left with a blank map and a blank stare on his/her face. Yes, they can use the top right button to find the next pin.
The main point is, I am fine with the functionality offered by the map as it is now. I intially wondered if I was missing something on how to zoom out. If I was tracking my stolen vehicle I might want the ability to zoom in and out quickly to establish where my vehicle might be traveling to.
I’d be curious to hear about others experience with the pinch to zoom in and out. Again, perhaps it is just me and my phone.
Thanks for your time and I hope I have at least explained what my issue was.